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  1. Oils consecrated at chrism Mass central to churcha s sacraments, ritualsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    Some of the church's most ancient traditions and rituals are witnessed during Holy Week, including the preparation, blessing and distribution of oils central to the Catholic Church's sacraments and rites. From Jerusalem to Rome to parishes around the world, the pope and local bishops will soon carry out the annual custom of preparing and distributing to churches the holy oils.


  2. Bill gives high school athletes options on where to playRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Orlando Sentinel

    High school athletes could act almost as free agents if a bill that reforms the Florida High School Athletic Association passes through the Legislature. The bill would allow students whose schools have no team in a given sport to attend a different school in their county for athletic purposes only.


  3. 'Ice' hits Pabineau First Nation hardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | CBC News

    One woman in her early thirties, scars running from the inside of her elbow and down her forearm from needle injections, sits on a mattress on the floor of a bedroom. Anthony Peter-Paul is a St. Thomas University journalism student from Pabineau First Nation.


  4. Lee Maracle is coming to townRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | SooToday

    ALGOMA UNIVERSITY ************************* Algoma University and the Anishinaabe Initiatives Division will be hosting an Indigenous Academic Writing Workshop with Indigenous author Lee Maracle on March 31 from 1 p.m. 4 p.m. in the Shingwauk Auditorium. She is currently an instructor at the University of Toronto, a Traditional Teacher for First Nation's House, an instructor with the Centre for Indigenous Theatre and the S.A.G.E, as well as the writing instructor for the Banff Centre for the Arts.


  5. All-female St. Thomas MBA team wins in debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Miami Herald

    The St. Thomas University School of Business MBA High Performance Team won first place in their debut at the 11th Annual KeyBank Foundation Minority MBA Student Competition, which was held in Cleveland, Ohio earlier this month. The St. Thomas University School of Business Graduate Program competed against other top-tier business schools and universities, including Yale, American University, Penn State, Boston College, and UC-Berkeley.


  6. PeytonBolin Founding Partner Jane Bolin to Be a Featured Mentor at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | PRWeb

    Jane Bolin, an active entrepreneur and Founding Member of real estate law firm PeytonBolin, will draw upon her deep business acumen to help advise fellow South Florida women at this unique networking and mentorship event. I am so grateful to be able to share my success stories and lessons learned to help positively impact the lives and careers of other South Florida women.


  7. St. Thomas University closing Miramichi campus due to low enrolmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | CBC News

    St. Thomas University is closing its Miramichi campus after a steady decrease in enrolment over the past few years. The program started in 1994 as a partnership between the New Brunswick Community College, the University of New Brunswick, Mount Allison University and St. Thomas University as a way for students to complete their first year of university at home.


  8. Oils consecrated at chrism Mass central to churcha s sacraments, ritualsRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | Globe Catholic Newspaper

    By Tom Tracy Catholic News Service MIAMI - Some of the church's most ancient traditions and rituals are witnessed during Holy Week, including the preparation, blessing and distribution of oils central to the Catholic Church's sacraments and rites.


  9. Hurricanes have plenty of weaponsRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Guardian

    Orlando Palmer of the Holland Hurricanes heads down the court on the attack when the Caines took on the St. Thomas University Tommies in ACAA basketball at Holland College recently. The Stratford native obliged when Holland College Hurricanes bench boss Josh Whitty asked if he would have lunch with him.


  10. Women leaders from the community empower students from all girls prep academyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Miami Herald

    Marie Paule Woodson, the assistant department director of human services for Miami-Dade County, told students of the Young Women's Preparatory Academy on Wednesday the story of how she became a woman. "We are all girls in the room, but we aspire to be women someday," she informed teacher Ignacio Rodon's eighth-graders.


  11. Selma: Remembering Bloody SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Insight News

    A contingency of up to 70 Twin Cities residents took part in the march on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Alabama to commemorate the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," a seminal moment in the Civil Rights Movement. Bloody Sunday occurred on March 7, 1965 as civil rights advocates were marching from Selma, Ala.


  12. continue readingRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | Maple Lake Messenger

    Maple Lake's own Ashley Becker, or as she is more formally known, Miss Teen of Minnesota, is aiming to take her title to a new level this week. For three days, Friday, March 13, through Sunday, March 15, Becker will go up against teens from across the country in a competition that will test her awareness of the world, scholastic achievements, poise, personality, and much more with the goal of becoming the new Miss Teen of America.


  13. St. Thomas University students petition for foster care suitcasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | CBC News

    Lauren MacNaughton and Starr Arbing want to make sure no child has to move to foster homes using garbage bags to carry their belongings. They are half of a four student team with a mission to get a set of luggage for every foster child in New Brunswick.


  14. St. Thomas University rolling out 20 new programsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Miami Today

    St. Thomas University is rolling out 20 new degree programs this year in a bid to prepare students for positions in emerging fields. "We are in the nascent stage of what will prove to be a strong turnaround for St. Thomas," said Somnath Bhattacharya, dean of the School of Business, where many of new programs will be added.


  15. Getting to know your M's coaches: Mike RojasRead the original story

    Monday Mar 9 | Lookout Landing

    Mike Rojas never touched major league turf as a player, but his legacy is steeped in professional baseball. Rojas' father, Octavio "Cookie" Rojas, split a 16-year career among the Reds , Phillies , Cardinals , and Royals , and currently holds a chair as a television analyst for the Marlins .


  16. Yes, ita s Spring Break in the Keys a " but the crowds are tamerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 8 | The Miami Herald

    It's prime time for Spring Break in the Florida Keys, with Florida colleges letting out to give their students some time off. For the Florida Keys, Spring Break used to be a huge deal - there was even a Spring Break Court in Key West with a real judge to hear minor cases the morning following students' arrests.


  17. Former Police Chief Vincent Landis brings jobs, pizza to South MiamiRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | The Miami Herald

    A magnificent mushroom mural, hand painted by a local artist, is just one way the newly opened Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers serves South Miami. Former South Miami Police Chief Vincent Landis and his son Grady opened the franchise Feb. 23 at the Shops at Sunset Place, 5701 Sunset Dr. "My experience in South Miami as a police chief was very positive," said Landis, who served the city from 2005 to 2007.


  18. Loyola Marymount Names First Woman Dean of the College of Science and EngineeringRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 |

    A chemistry professor was named the 11th dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering at Loyola Marymount University, and is the first woman to hold the post, it was announced today. "We are extremely fortunate to have someone of Tina Choe's skill and dedication as our new dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering," said LMU President David W. Burcham.


  19. The NTOA Announces Officer Cynthia Williams as New Defensive Tactics Section ChairRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | AmmoLand

    The National Tactical Officers Association is pleased to announce Officer Cynthia Williams as the new Defensive Tactics Section Chair. NTOA Chairpersons are individuals who have demonstrated leadership and involvement in the law enforcement field in general as well as their subject matter specialty.


  20. Logic PD's Bill Betten to Lead Discussions on Big Data at Frost & Sullivan Medical Technologies 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Business Wire

    This event brings together medical industry and digital health leaders to explore opportunities and challenges in today's healthcare market. "The medical landscape is quickly evolving and companies are collecting data at an ever increasing rate," said Betten.